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Separatio Corporis Spiritualis. Imago in The Secret of the Golden Flower, libro Sinico de alchemia et meditatione.
Imago proiectura astralis.

Proiectura astralis, vel peregrinatio astralis, vel peregrinatio animae, est interpretatio experientiae extra corpus quae exsistentiam sumit corporis astralis a corpore physico separatam et potens itineris extra id faciendi.[1] Proiectura astralis fit cum corpus astrale corpus physicum reliquit ut iter in planitie astrali faciat. Notio peregrinationis astralis fontes in communibus vitae post mortem narrationibus religiosis,[2] in quibus iter vel ascensus conscientiae vel animae sic describitur: "experientia extra corpus, in quae peregrinator spiritualis corpus physicum reliquit et iter in eius corpore subtili (vel corpore somniandi vel corpore astrali) in regna 'altiora' facit."[3][4] Saepe cum somniis et generibus meditationis consociatur.[5][6]

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NotaeRecensere

  1. Creditur corpus astrale esse anima quae corpus reliquit et iter per regnum spitiruale (planities astralis) facit: "Astral projection," Webster's New Millennium Dictionary of English, Preview Edition (v 0.9.7), dictionary.com.
  2. Suki Miller, After Death: How People around the World Map the Journey after Death (1995).
  3. Anglice: "out-of-body experience, wherein the spiritual traveller leaves the physical body and travels in his/her subtle body (or dreambody or astral body) into 'higher' realms."
  4. Roger J. Woolger, Beyond Death: Transition and the Afterlife, Royal College of Psychiatrists.
  5. Muldoon et Carrington 1929.
  6. Zusne et Jones 1989.

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BibliographiaRecensere

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  • Bruce, Robert. 2009. Astral dynamics : the complete book of out-of-body experiences. Ed. retractata. Charlottesvillae Virginiae: Hampton Roads Publishing. ISBN 1571746161, ISBN 9781571746160.
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  • Fock, Niels. 1963. Waiwai: Religion and society of an Amazonian tribe. Nationalmuseets skrifter, Etnografisk Række (Ethnographical series), 8. Hafniae: National Museum of Denmark.
  • Gilovich, Thomas. 1993. How We Know What Isn't So: The Fallibility of Human Reason in Everyday Life. Free Press. ISBN 0029117062.
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  • Klemp, Harold, 2003. Past Lives, Dreams, and Soul Travel. Minneapoli: Eckankar. ISBN 1570431825.
  • Merkur, Daniel. 1985. Becoming Half Hidden: Shamanism and Initiation among the Inuit. Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis • Stockholm Studies in Comparative Religion. Holmiae: Almqvist & Wiksell. ISBN 9122007520.
  • Miller, Suki. 1995. After Death: How People around the World Map the Journey after Death.
  • Monroe, Robert. 1971, 1989. Journeys Out of the Body/ Doubleday. Reimpressus: Souvenir Press Ltd. ISBN 0385008619.
  • Muldoon, Sylvan, et Hereward Carrington. 1929. Projection of the Astral Body. Rider and Company. ISBN 0766146049.
  • Roi, Alex. Astral Projection and Lucid Dreams. www.howtoluciddreamsfast.org.
  • Zusne, Leonard, et Warren H. Jones. 1989. Anomalistic Psychology: A Study of Magical Thinking. Psychology Press. ISBN 0805805087.

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